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Nar - Phu Valley Trek

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Nar Phu Valley trek offers a fascinating landscape and extension to the standard Annapurna Circuit tea house trek behind the Annapurna Himal. Opened in 2002, this イ-shaped route, largely above 3500m, explores narrow valleys towards Tibet. The peoples in these valleys have remained isolated from the Manang Valley folk for generations. 

The Nar Phu valley trekking follows the Circuit for two days, then branches north at Koto into the forested Nar Khola gorge. Vegetation gradually changes to alpine and then sub-alpine scrub; favoured by both bharal (blue sheep) and snow leopards. On the 4th day it crosses glacial moraines to reach summer grazing farmlands. The village of Phu (“head of the valley,” 4400m) is the summer-home to ~40 households. There is an impressive monastery, and views, above the village.

A two day trek returns to the junction of the イ, then turns westwards, through heavily eroded gullies, to Nar Phedi The 2nd day’s trail climbs, to the village of Nar (“place of the blue sheep,” 4110m). Its 70 houses are stacked against a ridge above barley fields. Four Gompas are worth exploring.

From Nar, a barren trail rises to a high camp at Kang La Phedi (4530m). A steep climb then leads to the Kang La (5320m) from where there should be excellent views of the Nar Valley to the north and the Annapurnas to the south. The descent leads to Ngawal (3615m) on the high route of the Annapurna trail. 

The route then follows the Annapurna Circuit to Manang, over the Thorung La (5416m) and down to Muktinath (3760m; an important Hindu and Buddhist pilgrimage site), Kagbeni and Jomsom. A jeep will take you to Tatopani. Then a beautiful forested trail to Ghorepani for sunrise views of the Annapurna range from Poon Hill. Three more days of forest and farmland exploration leads to Pothana, before a short walk to Phedi and a taxi back to your hotel in Pokhara.

Spring (March - April) and Autumn (September - November) are the best time to trek, though our adventure team operates the trek year around. This trek requires fitness, good boots, warm clothing and sleeping bag plus a day pack, sunscreen and camera. Our trek includes transport, hotels, two-man tents with mattresses, meals and drinking water.


Outline Itinerary

Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu (1,300m/4,264 ft)

Day 02: Kathmandu valley sightseeing & trek preparation (1,300m/4,264 ft)

Day 03: Drive Kathmandu to Syange/ Jagat (1,100m/3,608 ft) 8-10 hrs

Day 04: Jagat - Dharapani (1,960m/6,430ft) 5-6 hrs

Day 05: Dharapani - Koto (2,610m/8,7,00ft) 5-6 hrs

Day 06: Koto - Dharmasala (3,230m/10,595ft) 4-5 hrs trek

Day 07: Dharmasala – Kyang (3,740m /12,400ft) 5-6 hrs trek

Day 08: Kyang – Phu village (4,050m/ 13,500 ft) 3-4 hrs.

Day 09: Phu village excursion day.

Day 10: Phu Village – Nar Phedi (3,850m /12,800ft) 5-6 hrs.                              

Day 11: Nar Phedi – Nar village (4,150m /13,800ft) 4-5 hrs.

Day 12: Nar village excursion day

Day 13: Nar village – Kang La (5,320 m/17,700ft) – Ngawal (3,615 m/12,000 ft) 6-7 hrs.

Day 14: Ngawal – Manang (3,550 m/11,800 ft) 5-6 hrs.       

Day 15: Manang: Rest Day

Day 16: Manang -Yak Kharka (4,110m/13,484ft): 3-4 hrs.

Day 17 : Yak Kharka - Thorung Phedi (4,600m/15,092ft): 3-4 hrs

Day 18: Thorung Phedi – Muktinath (3,800/12,467ft): 8-10 hrs

Day 19: Drive Muktinath- Tatopani (1,200m/3,937ft): 6-8 hrs

Day 20: Tatopani –Ghorepani (2,850m/9,350ft): 7-8 hrs

Day 21: Poon hill hike (3,210m/10,528ft), and trek to Tadapani (2,520m/8,268ft), 6-7 hrs

Day 22: Tadapani - Ghandruk (1,950m/6,398ft), 3-4 hrs

Day 23: Ghandruk - Pothana (1,910m/6,266ft), 5-6 hrs

Day 24: Short trek to Phedi & drive back to Pokhara (9,10m/ 2,986ft), 3-4 hrs trek, 40 min drive   

Day 25: Pokhara - Kathmandu 5-6 hrs by bus

Morning after breakfast, drive back to Kathmandu by tourist coach through the countryside sub-tropical sceneries for 5-6 hours. Arrive Kathmandu about 1430 and transfer to Hotel and free afternoon.

Day 26: Final departure

Transfer to international airport and fly to onward destination.

                  :OR:

Extend your holiday with a visit to Chitwan National Park – on an elephant, or a tour of Tibet oBhutan.    

Why select Mountain Mart Treks to be your travel partner?

  • More than 20 years of route experiences
  •  Guests first
  • Individual trip design and fixed departures
  • Comfort & safety
  • Stress Free Travel
  • Fixed prices without hidden costs
  • Extensive range of travel service
  • World class travel service
  • Easy and flexible payment modes  
  • Financial protection
  • Staff care
  • Responsible tourism      
  • Walking and helping

Body wear:

T-shirt, long sleeve, half pant, long trouser, warm Jacket, fleece Jacket, Gore-tax windproof Jacket & trouser, warm trouser, rain Jacket, sleeping bag, down jacket

Head wear:

Sun hat, woolen hat/fleece hat, sunglass & scat

Hand wear:

Gloves

Foot wear:

Warm woolen socks, trekking boots & sandal

Accessories:

Personal toiletries, personal first aid kit, sun block, lip guard, shampoo, soap, shavers, moisturizer, passport copies, pocket knives, flash light, camera & film, tawel, water bottle, music & books.

What you carry for the trek:

Please, bring the equipment listed above and pack your gear for the trek into a duffel bag or rucksacks, and small day bag for you. The larger bag with your kit will be carried by the porter to meet you each evening. You should bring a day pack to carry by yourself for water, rain jacket, hat gloves, camera money etc. The weather in mountain is changeable so you will need some warm cloths with you on your day pack.

What to do about the left over baggage:

One day before your departure for the trek you could leave the valuable things which you do not need on the trek such as passport, visa card, flight tickets, in our safety box, and the rest of the things you could store it in our store room.

What is a tea house trek? Accommodation and food facilities!

Tea house trek mean staying and eating in the local lodges. We stay in double room, rooms are basic but comfortable mattress, normally just a bed and pillow. Most of them have electric light and all have and all have specious dining room –lounge. Mostly in tea houses there are common bathroom. Hot shower also available on the tea- houses but the hot water depend on weather conditions and to pay to get the shower.  We eat at tea- house, though food is usually potential and delicious, menu is not extensive. They offer variety of potato rice and noodle dishes, as well as soup. You could choose food from the menu what you could choose the food from the menu what you would like to have. You would be able to eat the food as much as you like but you would not able to order more than enough and left the food.

Health:

It’s very important not to get sick while you are going on the trek and you need to be careful about what you eat and drink.  You need to stay healthy and avoid getting sick in order to have a successful trek.

Some tips for staying healthy:

Avoid drinking or brushing your teeth with tap water. Drink only sealed bottled or proper boiled water or use water purification tablets. During the trek avoid the temptation to test your fitness through fast walking at altitude.

Medical kit

Your guide will bring normal medical kits with him while on the trek. It is recommended that you also bring a small personal medical kit including pain killers, sore throat, plasters, strapping tape for blisters, etc. If you are taking regular mediation you need to bring those medicine with you and do not forget to bring extra supply if somehow one pack is lost.

The trails:

The trekking trail of Nepal vary from wide, rode-like avenues to narrow, slippery paths built out over enormous drops. In many places, a fall from the trail would be final. One most pay attention at all the time to where you are placing your fact. Be specially  careful not move while looking through the view finder of your camera.

The weather:

Nepal has the wildest altitude range of any country of the earth. Each altitude will have its’ own weather problem, from typical heat to arctic cold. In the main trekking season in the spring and fall, the weather is often stable and even the high passes may be free of snow and relatively easy to traverse at times. Those trekkers who encountered an easy at altitude nasty spread the word that boots and warm clothing are not required. This is a mistake. That sudden storm can occur at any time, dumping one or two meter of snow on the passes. At that point, any one with simple running shoes will not be able to processed and may even be stranded for a number of days. Frostbite is a constant risk if one walks in snow at high altitude.

If you trek in the winter, you most be prepared for cold and snow. If you trek in the monsoon you might be face with slippery trails and difficult rivers crossing. You are heading into the world highest mountain range. Be prepared for changes in temperature and weather.

Altitude and preventing altitude:

Being in a hurry in the mountain of Nepal can be deadly. Acclimatization is the word used to describe the adjustments your body makes as it ascends. Ascend slowly and drinking lots of water is one of the best ways not to get high altitude. You should not plan to go to high altitude if you have know heart disease, difficulty to breathing at sea level or are pregnant. For other chronic medical conditions its better to consult your doctor. Sleeping pills, alcohol, smoking should not be used at altitude as they tend to decrease breathing and lead to Acute Mountain Sickness. It comes that during 3-4 liters of fluids (Water, Soup, etc) per day to avoid dehydration helps in the acclimatization process.

Tipping and cash requirement

On the trekking route do not forget to bring Nepalese rupees for drinks bottled water drinks/alcohol that might purchage on the way. The sum of amount to carry on the trekking route depends on the day and area you are going to trek in. Tipping is now common in Nepal but there is no certain rules how much should be tips and it’s not the must to tip.

Photographing people:

During a trek you will have many opportunities to photograph local people and amazing society. You could usetons of films taking amazing natural scenery but talking the picture of people it’s a good idea to ask before taking. Some people do not like you to take the picture of them. So always ask before taking the pictures.

Considering Environment:

While trekking you have to consider on the environment not to destroy the environment. There are so many ways you could help not to polluted the environment of the area such as pick up papers, film wrappers, burn all your toilet paper and bury your farce, do not make camp fire.

Insurance:

All tour participants should obtain their own personal insurance which covers accidents, health, emergency evacuation and loss or damage to personal effects.

Day 01: Arrive Kathmandu (1,300m/4,264 ft)

Our MMT(Mountain Mart treks) Airport Representative will be there to greet you outside the Terminal Hall (after you have completed passport, immigration and visa requirements). He will be displaying our Treks & Expeditions logo with your name on it. You will then be transferred to your hotel. Afternoon free.  Evening: a welcome dinner, hosted by our management team, to introduce you to your guide, brief you on the trek and check on necessities.

Day 02: Kathmandu Valley sightseeing & and trek preparation (1,300m/4,264 ft)

After breakfast, your day will start with our guided tour?) to cultural world heritage sites in the Kathmandu Valley. such as,This includes the pilgrimage sites of the Hindu s Temple Pashupatinath; the world’s biggest Stupa at Bouddhanath; and visit the Swoyambhunath Stupa - also known as the monkey temple. After exploring the surrounding areas, we visit the historical Patan Durbar Square & and Kathmandu’s Durbar Square (Freak Street) with its temple, unique ancient art, architecture s, museum and Kumari (living goddess). Evening meeting for pre-trip counseling to ensure you have all necessary trekking gear, medical kit and legal requirements (including permits, TIMS and etc.).

                    “OR”

Day at leisure, to follow your own interests.

Day 03: Drive Kathmandu to Syange/ Jagat (1100m/3608 ft) 8-10 hrs

Long drive begin very early 07:00 AM to the trek starting point. Jagat. The road follows down stream through the family most populist rafting river Trishuli with the spectacular view of green hills, mountains, farming terraces and boundless nature beauties. The drive continues via Besi Shahar dead end of black top( circuit trek start point before the road built) and follow the bumpy road up stream of Marashyandi river passing typical village en route with breathtaking view of Syange waterfall. Final drive of the day cross the cliff face to the stone village of Jagat, perched strategically in a steep-sided valley and looking far all the world like the toilstation for the Tibetan salt trade that it was. Overnight at Guest House.

Day 04: Jagat - Dharapani (1,960m/6,430ft) 5-6 hrs
After breakfast the trail descends and climbs through rocky forest to Tibetan tiny village Chamje cross the suspension bridge over Marshyandi river, then steadily uphill to Tal (1700m), a former lakebed. The trail continues through barley, wheat and potato fields along pine forests past the village of Kodo taking us to Dharapani, which is one of the big Tibetan village in the Manang valley. Overnight in Dharapani.

Day 05: Dharapani - Koto (2,610m/8,700ft) 5-6 hrs
Today we negotiate a few steep forested ridges along with several landslides en route on the west of the deep valley. We should not forget to look up though, as we will be treated to some of the most sensational views of Lamjung Himal, Annapurna II, and Annapurna IV (7,525m/24,688ft) while approach nearby large mani wall of Chame.. Small hot springs add relief on our long day hard trek. Overnight in Chame.

Day 06: Koto - Dharmasala (3,230m/11ft) 4-5 hrs
Trail cross the suspension bridge over Marshyandi River and head up true right side of the Nar-Phu Khola. Trek continues through the dense forested gorge looking behind for superb view of Annapurna range, which climbs of steeply above the river to silent forest of vertical world cliff , pine and bamboo forest. Cross another suspension bridge of the day, pass Hulaki Odar at 3060 m (Postman cave) to a small hot spring. Here after the trail ducks dramatically under a waterfall to arrive Dharmasala. Overnight stay in camp or local Lodge.

Day 07: Dharmasala – Kyang (3740m /12400ft) 5-6 hrs
After Dharmasala trail climbs passing the sheep shelter to Chorten at 3540m. Continue wide bowl, past abandoned barley field to the winter settlement Meta at 3650m. Traverse the Meta bowl to reach the chorten on the northern side. A short walk brings you to a trail junction which has clear view of Nar valley with monastery and chorten. Trail continues to Jhunam at 3640m which was the base of Khmapa rebel arms in the late 1960s. Passing many chortens, uphill and downhill finally, we arrive winter settlement of Phu valley Kyang. Overnight stay in camp or Local Lodge.

Day 08: Kyang – Phu village (4050m/ 13500 ft) 3-4 hrs.
After Kyang, we gradually enter into less trees and trail continues through gorge of Phu Khola. Pass but not cross the wooden bridge and ascending short staircases past a smooth eroded rock. Keep an eye out for blue sheep grazing on the khaki hill. The trail edges a long the eroded hillside past Phupi Gyalgen Gate to descend to the collection of chorten beside the bridge. Continue passing a mani wall and some caves high on the far cliffto reach the suspension bridge. Campsite is just across the Phu village.Overnight in Camp or Local Lodge.

Day 09: Phu village excursion day.
We hike up either to the summer pasture Ngoru Kharka or to Himlung Base Camp for the magnificent view of Mt Himlung (7125m) to acclimatize and physical fitness to Kang La pass. Explore local culture with awesome life style and visit the most famous Tashi Lhokhang gompa at 4150m. ‘Phu’ means ‘Head of the Valley’ and the 6364m pyramid shaped mountain to the north is named Bhrikuti after a Nepali wife of Tibetan king Songtseng Gompo beyond is Tibet. Phu village is snow boundedalmost completely deserted in winter.

Day 10: Phu Village – Nar Phedi (3850m /12800ft) 5-6 hrs
Retrace to Khyang and Jhunam to trail junction which has clear view of Nar. The trail then drops and pass fantasticallyeroded hoodoos over sandy gulesconected by bridge like platform. Look for the ruined Zampa Cho Dzong (a dzong isa a fort: zampa is Tibetan for bridge) Cross the bridge to Nar Phedi campsite. Overnight stay in camp or Local Lodge.

Day 11: Nar Phedi – Nar village (4150m /13800ft) 4-5 hrs.
Trail ascends up as we start our day wail with the view of Kkangarun peak passing Nar gate and collection of mani stone. The trail curves facing fantastic view of Pisang peak. A simple porter shelter with 10 chortens makes a possible campsite, turn to the corner then you will see Nar village curving around barley field in a natural bowl. Nar a home for bluesheep is larger than Phu village. Overnight stay in camp or Local Lodge.

Day 12: Nar village excursion day
Explore village with the horizon dominated view of Kangaru Himal and Pisang peak. Visit Guru Cholling Gompa on the top of the village and similarly Samten Polgye Ling, Kunsel Dochen choling Gompa and Samdru Choling. Take complete rest and get prepare to next day long walk to Kang La pass.

Day 13: Nar village – Kang La (5320 m/17700ft)- Ngawal (3615 m/12000 ft) 6-7 hrs
Trail leads through the village with the superb view of Pisang Peak to yak grazing alps. Traverse Yak pastures and descend to the head of the valley. Pass a small flat land of Jhambu Kharka alos known as Kang La Phedi. Cross a stream on a long bridge and climb steeply on Z –shaped path to chorten before curving into the bridge ahead. Climb consciously along the small frozen lake to the pass with the breathtaking view of Pisang Peak and rewarded with the incredible view over the Annapurna range. Descend down overlooking the picturesque landscape and cinerary which past Yak and sheep shelter finally brings you Ngawal after long day walk. Overnight in camp or Local Lodge.

Day 14: Ngawal – Manang (3550 m/11800 ft) 5-6 hrs
Today we follow the Annapurna trail. It’s a easy day to Manang with the superb view of Annapurna II, Gangapurna, Annapurna III, Gandarba chuli and Pisang Peak on the background. We pass a famous and huge Braga monastery built in 17th century. While we waiting for Lunch, makes worth to visit Gompa on the side of the cliff. After Lunch short walk through the upstream of the Marshyangdi River to large modern village Manang with cozy Guest Houses. Overnight stay in Lodge.

Day 15: Manang: Rest Day
Today is the scheduled acclimatization day. It is not recommended to stay idle but a short walk to higher altitude is suggested to get acclimatized with the altitude. This is the perfect place to do that as the next two days will be very challenging and tiring trek for us with rapid gain in altitude. We should never be confident with the altitude and always be cautious. Bhojo Gompa or Gangapurna Lake is worth visiting sites from acclimatization point of view. Also worth visiting to the Himalayan Rescue Association after 03:00 PM where we can get some ideas about Mountain Sickness awerness. Overnight in Manang.

Day 16: Manang -Yak Kharka [4,110m/13,484ft]: 3-4 hrs
From Manang village, the trail crosses a stream, climbs to a village of Tenki above Manang, and then continues to climb out of the Marshyangdi Valley turning northwest up the valley of Jarsang Khola. The trail follows this valley northward, passing a few pastures, a scrub of juniper trees, as it steadily gains elevation. The trail passes near the small village of Ghunsang, a cluster of flat mud roofs just below the trailhead. Then the trail goes through meadows where horses and yaks graze. After crossing a small river on a wooden bridge, the trail passes an ancient old Mani wall in a pleasant meadow and then reaches another small village of Yak Kharka. Little but gradual ascent is the key to avoid altitude sickness. Overnight in Yak Karka.

Day 17 : Yak Kharka - Thorong Phedi [4,600m/15,092ft]: 3-4 hrs
We make our way to the foot of the pass, Throng Phedi. Cross the river at 4310m then climb up through desolate scenery to Thorong Phedi is a small busy settlement catering to the needs of tired trekkers and climbers. This place use to say base camp and some of trekkers also attempt a hike to the High Camp, this makes next day trek easier but we do not advise attempting High Camp and overnight there because sleeping in higher elivation is not really advisable. Although we will have a tough day tomorrow, we stop at Thorong Phedi so that we can sleep sound rather than a risky sleep in higher altitude at High Camp. Overnight at Thorong Phedi.

Day 18: Thorong Phedi – Muktinath [3,800/12,467ft]: 8-10 hrs
We reach the climax of our Annapurna circle trek. It will be a lifetime unforgettable experience- crossing the famous high pass, Thorong La (5416m) Phedi means ‘foot of the hill’ and that’s exactly where it is, at the foot of the 5416m Thorong La. An early start is important to complete the mission. The trail climbs steeply and through the icy high-altitude trail though, the outstanding high Himalayan scenes are such tempting that our eyes love to watch more over the horizon than on our trail. The effort is worth while view from the top – from Annapurna along the great Barrier to the barren Kali Gandaki valley – is magnificent. We reach Muktinath just before the day light off. . Muktinath is an important pilgrimage place for both Hindus and Buddhist. The area hosts a Vishnu temple and a Monastery nearby demonstrates the religions harmony in Nepal. Overnight in Muktinath.

Day 19: Drive Muktinath- Tatopani [1,200m/3937ft]: 6-8 hrs
Today, as there are vehicles available (bus/jeep), we take advantage of it to drive along a plateau above the Kali Gandaki - world’s deepest gorge. We have to adjust ourselves in a public vehicle on sharing basis. The drive would not be pleasant as the road is newly constructed, still to be coal-tarred, so is bumpy and dusty though marvelous view of Dhaulagiri and Annapurna ranges. . The barren landscape of this area resembles Tibetan Plateau. At some point, we have to change our vehicles too, so today is going to be an uninteresting day. Arriving Tatopani, we relax our weary muscles with a dip in one of the hot spring pools. Overnight at Tatopanii.

Day 20: Tatopani –Ghorepani [2,850m/9,350ft]: 7-8 hrs
While we walk we observe the lifestyle of the people in the midland villages of Nepal. Ghara and Sikha are the villages with terraced and inclined farmlands. We gradually walk steep up to ascent Ghorepani. Passing through the Phalate and Chitre, walking through a no-habitation area through rhododendron, birch, magnolia and some meadows. As we gain height the peaks ahead look wonderful. We stay at Ghorepani to make the climb to Poon Hill (most scenic view point & photographer’s paradise) early next morning. Overnight in Ghorepani.

Day 21: Poon hill hike (3210m/10528ft), and trek to Tadapani (2,520m/8,268ft), 6-7 hrs
An early morning start for 45 minutes hike up to Poon hill (3210m/10530ft), the route offers the glimpse of the pleasant rhododendron forest. This brilliant viewpoint provides us an unobstructed sunrise over the high Himalayas and the wide range of panoramic scenery from the far western Himalaya of Dolpo, Mt. Dhaulagiri, and wised range of Annapurna Himalayas including Mt. Machhapuchre (Fish Tail) and all the way to Manasalu. After a great time in Poon Hill, trek back to Ghorepani, breakfast and continue trek to Tadapani for overnight.

Day 22: Tadapani - Ghandruk (1,950m/6,398ft), 3-4 hrs
Today, we have short and pleasant walking day through the forested and downhill path most of the way with occasional view of the Mountain leads us through the gradual path most of the trail to Ghandrung village for overnight stop. This is heavily settled Gurung village, a modern sample clean and modern village of Nepal and explore the surrounding area, visit typical museum and simply relax at the hotel.

Day 23: Ghandruk - Pothana(1910m/6266ft), 5-6 hrs
The trail descends following the stone staircases to Modi Khola and cross a suspension bridge. Trail ascend immortally to Landrung village. Annapurna South, Hiuchuli and Machapuchhre (Fishtail) are clearly visible along the route. Walk continues through scattered trees, bushes and village to Tolkha. Hereafter start to ascend steady to Deurali, will takes approximately two hours. This place has breathtaking view of Pokhara valley including Fewa Lake and present with another spectacular Himalayan scenery of Annapurna south, right flank Annapurna range and Dhaulagiri mountain, the highest mountain in the westerner Nepal. (8167m) Then the trail descends gradually through forested slippery red mud trail (during monsoon only) to Pothana, overnight.

Day 24: Short trek to Phedi & drive  to Pokhara (910m/ 2986ft), 3-4 hrs.
Last day of the trek. It’s an easy walk through the ridge about an hour with the fantastic view of right flank Annapurna range to another large village Dhampus. Trail descend down through scattered village and paddy field. Continue drop to Phedi (Pokhara, Baglung, Highway) Finish the trek before lunch an short drive to Pokhara (22KM, 40 minutes) and transfer to your choice of Hotel/Resort/Guest House.

Day 25: Pokhara - Kathmandu (1300m /4,264ft), 5-6hrs drive

Morning after breakfast, drive back to Kathmandu by tourist coach through the countryside sub-tropical sceneries for 5-6 hours. Arrive Kathmandu about 1430 and transfer to Hotel and free afternoon.

Day 26: Final departure

Transfer to international airport and fly to onward destination.

                  "OR"

Extend your holiday with a visit to Chitwan National Park – on an elephant, or a tour of Tibet oBhutan.    

Why select Mountain Mart Treks to be your travel partner?

  • More than 20 years of route experiences
  •  Guests first
  • Individual trip design and fixed departures
  • Comfort & safety
  • Stress Free Travel
  • Fixed prices without hidden costs
  • Extensive range of travel service
  • World class travel service
  • Easy and flexible payment modes  
  • Financial protection
  • Staff care
  • Responsible tourism      
  • Walking and helping

Cost Inclusive:

  • All airport/Hotel transfers
  • 2 star Hotel in Kathmandu for 3 nights on BB Plan
  • Welcome and farewell dinner
  • Full meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner) during the trek
  • Hot drinks (Tea & Coffee)
  • Safe Drinking water
  • 2 star Hotel in Pokhara for 2 nights on BB plan
  • All mountain accommodation
  • Domestic flight (Kathmandu/ Pokhara / Kathmandu) or tourist bus on choice
  • An experienced English-speaking trek leader (Govt. registered trekking guide), assistant trek leader (4 trekkers: 1 assistant guide) and Sherpa porters to carry luggage (2 trekkers: 1 porter)
  • Guide & porter salary, insurance, equipment, flight, food and lodging
  • All necessary paper work and permits (Annpurna Conservation  permit, TIMS )
  • A comprehensive medical kit
  • All government and local taxes
  • Trekking equipment such as four season down jacket, sleeping bag, trekking boots, rain coat, walking stick and many more as per necessity

Cost Exclusive:

  • Bottle drinks
  • City monument fees
  • Personal expenses
  • Lunch & Dinner in Kathmandu & Pokhara
  • Travel insurance & evacuation

Extend your holiday with a visit to Chitwan National Park – on an elephant, or a tour of Tibet oBhutan.    

Why select Mountain Mart Treks to be your travel partner?
  • More than 20 years of route experiences
  • Guests first
  • Individual trip design and fixed departures
  • Comfort & safety
  • Stress Free Travel
  • Fixed prices without hidden costs
  • Extensive range of travel service
  • World class travel service
  • Easy and flexible payment modes
  • Financial protection
  • Staff care
  • Responsible tourism
  • Walking and helping

June, 2015

Departure DateAvalabilityDurationCost/PersonTrip NameJoin Group
June 26Guaranteed15 days$1025Nar - Phu Valley TrekJoin Now

Annapurna Circuit Trek, October/November 2013

We, Kari and Dag Kavlie from Norway, are now back from a fantastic trek of the Annapurna Circuit. We are both retired persons that love trekking and this is our first visit to Nepal.

We spent 17 days for the trek and walked all the way. Badri panta was our guide and Ram our porter. They did a wonderful job to make the trek an excellent experience. This also includes finding nice overnight accommodation and good food. We experienced a very good contact with the local people with help from Badri. The nature was just fantastic. Dolakh Thapa key person and adventure consultant of Mountain Mart Trek gave us good program adaption to the altitude so we experienced no problems with height even at the Thorong La pass at 5416 meter. We will strongly recommend Mountain Mart Trek and Badri as a guide.

They gave us very good service both with good information before and during our stay in Nepal and solved any questions that came up during the trek.

If you want to contact us we can be reached by 


Mr. Dag Kavlie
Mrs. Kati Kavlie
Oslo, Norway
E-mail: dag.kavlie@hotmail.com  

Rupina La Manaslu Tsum valley Trek 2013

Op 2 mei begonnen we met de trek . Doel was een gedeelte van de Manaslu trek en tsum valley. deze twee treks zijn niet druk bezocht en erg mooi. Je hebt daar ontzettend moie vergezichten op diverse bergen van meer dan 8000 meter hoog . Je hebt er prachtige bossen die honderden jaren oud zijn . Cultureel is het nog authentiek. De mensen zijn vriendelijk en uitnodigend. Lopen kost soms enige moeite omdat de paden soms redelijk stijl naar  boven lopen , maar je wordt beloond met prachtige natuur en uitzichten. Om daar te komen heb je een permit en een gids nodig. Dit is noodzakelijk omdat het geen alledaagse trek is en omdat het beschermd gebied is.

We hebben daarom weer dankbaar gebruik gemaakt van Dholak zijn diensten , hij heft sinds kort zijn eigen trekking maatschappij, voor die tijd was hij in dienst als gids. In die hoedanigheid ken ik hem al jaren en ben met hem al op veel trektochten in Nepal geweest. Hij is een ontzettend aardige man die service bidet voor zijn geld.

Nu hij een eigen maatschappij heeft geeft hij dezelfde service. Hij heeft de draggers en gids van zijn vorige maatschappij meegebracht. Allemaal gezellige en hardwerkende mensen.

Dholak is ook redelijk met  zijn prijzen. Onderhandelen is daarom niet echt nodig.

Dus Als je een keer naar Nepal wilt gaan om een niet alledaagse trek te lopen, ga Dholak van mountainmarttreks. Betere en betrouwbaardere persoon is er niet in Kathmandu.

Wij hebben deze keer weer een ontzettend geode tek gehad van 20 dagen waar we nog lang met plezier aan terug denken.

Als je informative wil over de trek en maatschappij ben ik graag bereid die te geven.

Huub Aben
Mijn mail adres is: huubaben@hotmail.com

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Trekking Style : Lodge

Activities : Trekking tour

Trip Route : Phu village / Nar village / Thorong La

Trip Length : 25Days

Meal : Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Difficulty : Moderate/strenuous

Accommodation : Hotel / Guest House

Max Elevation : 5416m / Thorong La

Transportation : Air / Tourist Bus / Private car

Group Size : 01 Minimum / 12 Maximum

Best Month : February-May /September-December

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